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Inventory Control Supervisor

  • Participate with Purchasing in establishing pricing levels and coordinate any new suppliers or changes with existing suppliers from a supply chain interface perspective
  • Strategic  forecasting
  • Development of inventory management policies and procedures for ensuring the availability of all necessary materials required to support the manufacturing process
  • Release scheduling of inbound raw materials and components
  • Ensure adequate stock levels for production requirements and handling of all external inbound/outbound warehousing materials movements.

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Supply Chain Director

  • Manage all  warehouses within stated operational key performance indicators.
  • Meet or exceed all service level agreements between supply chain operations and key customers/business units. 
  • Effectively positions inventory throughout the warehouse network to meet “days on hand” targets and minimize excess inventory.  
  • Work to actively address excess/obsolete and other non-deployable material issues with corrective action programs.
  • Achieve inventory accuracy goals and manages effective cycle count any physical inventory processes.

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Transportation Supervisor

  • Assist in the development and implementation of inbound transportation programs that provide for continuous improvement.
  • Develop effective relationships with internal customers (i.e. sales, logistics, plant, satellite warehouses etc.)
  • Provide location assistance for proper utilization of transportation tools such as rate and route guides.
  • Resolve outstanding freight bills.

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Warehouse Shift Manager

  • Plan, schedule, coordinate, and direct warehouse operations for assigned shift.
  • Maintain a safe and clean working environment.
  • Verify prior to start of shift that all equipment is in safe operating order.
  • Verify Preventive Maintenance activities are properly recorded and any necessary maintenance requests are submitted.

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Senior Manufacturing Manager

  • Establish and maintain production procedures to maintain high standard of manufacturing operations, product quality, reliability, and safety.
  • Maintain a safe and organized work environment.
  • Plan, analyze, prioritize, coordinate, and facilitate all lean efforts within Operations.
  • Lead efficiency improvement within the manufacturing processes.

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Senior Accountant

  • Prepare and analyze reports that summarize and forecast company business activity and key performance indicators
  • Review and analyze general ledger accounts to ensure accurate balances
  • Prepare and enter all journal entries
  • Business Unit overhead projection and monthly analysis
  • Monitor compliance with generally accepted accounting principles, company procedures, and internal controls

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Sales and Operations Manager

  • Act as a liaison between the sales branch and carrier procurement center
  • Drive both revenue and margin growth across multiple verticals and modes
  • Develop and maintain best business practices
  • Provide industry expertise, guidance and support

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Residential Project Manager

  • Supervise, schedule and manage all remodel crews (carpenters, painters, drywallers, equipment operators, electricians, plumbers, helpers, etc.)
  • Project management and oversight of production schedules
  • Proactively respond to and resolve all customer questions and issues
  • Industry experience and ability to share your product/technical knowledge with both customers and employees in order to build our brand and reputation

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Regional Director-Finance

  • Lead the preparation of the regional budgets
  • Prepare financial feasibility studies for new, expanding, or downsizing locations.
  • Manage the month-end close process for the region.
  • Prepare complex monthly journal entries and reconciliations.
  • Ensure the accuracy and integrity of the financial statements, general ledger account reconciliations and other analyses while instilling financial disciplines which accurately capture ongoing activities and monitor performance against plan.
  • Provide indirect oversight to the purchasing functions from a finance perspective.

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Quality Control Manager

  • Perform special studies and analyses at the request of plant or division management.
  • Contact customers or suppliers regarding resolution of quality or product liability problems of a technical nature (includes customers and supplier visits).
  • Direct or assist in the selection, hiring and training of engineers and technicians
  • Responsible for disposition of defective materials

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